Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi!

Synopsis: There are lots of Gods in Hindu India. One of the Gods is called Yama, or the God of death. In this case Yama is asked to bring in the lifeless body of a rich Indian called Aditya. Yama does so. On the way, Aditya soul pleads with him to set him free and back to life again, as he has a lot of unfinished business to attend to. Yama refuses to do so. But when Aditya persists, Yama lets him have a second chance. He tells the dead man that he can live, resolve all his problems within a set period of time. Then after that Yama will come again and take his life. Aditya is then sent down to Earth so that he can try and resolve the problems that he had left unfinished. But Aditya finds that he cannot touch anything, and no one can really see nor hear him. So how he is going to solve his problems? Will Yama help him out?Aditya (Shahid Kapoor) is a happy man: his sister is getting married, he is in love with his sweetheart Piya (Amrita Rao) and he has recently invented a new revolutionary car mo
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
Director(s): Mahesh Manjrekar
Production: Aavishkar Films
153 min

You seem to play a musical tone with me here.

No, I will not do it.

- Yes.

When I sold the house ..

.. You also accepted the deposit for this house.

You told me that they will agree to sell the house.

Not yet been agreed. What's the secret?

I need a little time.

- Little time?

I became a builder not to build smaller buildings.

I want to earn money any time in any time.

That's why they waited so.

Those who are unemployed are the enemies of the country.

A vragag of my country is also my enemy.

India is my country.

Every Indian is my brother and my sister.

I love my country.

- Shut up.

Give me some time about a week.

What happens in a week?

I have chosen for fiance's sister Adi.

How many will there be?

Two. Prabakar Roit and his son.

They will be two and we are two.

That be an injustice.

We ate your food.

Shut up.

Tomorrow the boy will come to meet with Angela.

I do not want to appear before him.

- Why? Many are you eating?

Told to remain silent.

- No!

Angela is my niece, but it is more of a daughter to me.

We love.

Great! Rarely encounter such joint families in those days.

What is qualified to Angela? It also passed a course in computers.

In the last year she worked in a private company. - Very good.

I must tell you that you are lucky.

It will bring much joy.

I mean really ... get out.

- What?

Eat, I wanted to say .. eat something.

- No.

They are all calm.

- One minute.

I saw the boy.

How's it look like?

- It is very beautiful.

I'm leaving?

- Where? - To see the boy.

Why are so netarpiliva?

- This is my wedding.

Where bother?

- To meet the boy.

Girls have become shameless these days. - Why?

I was thinking it would tell me I do not want to get married.

Then I would gratify you and I would tell you that ..

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Mahesh Manjrekar

Mahesh Vaman Manjrekar (Marathi: महेश वामन मांजरेकर) (born 16 August 1958) is an Indian film director, actor, writer and producer. He is credited with directing the critically acclaimed films Vaastav: The Reality (1999), Astitva (2000) and Viruddh... Family Comes First (2005). He has won a National Film Award and two Star Screen Awards. Besides direction, he has acted in several films, including some of his own productions. This maharashtrian actor was first seen in Door darshan marathi series named Kshitij in which he played the role of leprosy patient. He first gained acclaim as an actor for his performance in the 2002 film Kaante, and later played negative roles in the Telugu film Okkadunnadu (2007) and as the gangster Javed in the film Slumdog Millionaire (2008). He played the role of Shivaji Maharaj in Marathi film Me Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy. He also played the role of Harpist Dongara in the Aakhri Chunauti series of episodes in C.I.D.. Manjrekar was acclaimed for the negative role as inspector D.R. Talpade in the movie Wanted starring superstar Salman Khan. He was an MNS candidate from Mumbai North West in 2014 Lok Sabha Elections but lost to Gajanan Kirtikar of Shiv Sena. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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